Upcoming Events

Old Edwardian Events in 2019

Monday 7th January 2019

Recent Leavers’ Tea

Our annual tea party for recent leavers of KEHS. Come back and catch up with your old teachers!

Wednesday 30th January - Saturday 2nd February

Senior Production 2019:

The Crucible

Arthur Miller's classic play, brought to life right here at the Ruddock Performing Arts Centre.

Wednesday 8th May

London Dinner 2019

Our annual dinner for those in and around the capital.

Tuesday 18th June

London Lunch

The annual London lunch, organised by Angela Clayton-Turner.

Thursday 27th June

Lunchtime Concert

As part of Arts Fest, we are delighted to welcome Old Edwardians to a performance by KEHS pupil and BBC Young Musician of the Year, Lauren Zhang.

Saturday 6th July

130th Anniversary Celebration

A very special annual reunion, celebrating the 130th anniversary of the Old Edwardian Club.

Thursday 26th September

Bromley Lunch

The annual lunch for Old Eds living in Bromley, organised by Angela Clayton-Turner.

Saturday 14th December

Troy Story

Old Edwardian, classicist, comedian and Radio Four regular, Natalie Haynes, will be returning to school for a special performance of her new 'fun-factual' lecture, Troy Story. Click here to book.

December 2019

Carol Service

Our annual Carol Service for Old Edwardians and parents.

More dates to be announced soon!

We hope to see you at one of our events this year. If you have any questions, please do get in touch

School Music and Drama Events - throughout the year

There are also various School concerts and dramatic performances throughout the School year which all Old Edwardians are welcome to attend. Click here to view the Ruddock PAC Performance Calendar, or download the Music Calendar.

The Great War Exhibition - open on the last Friday of every month

Our friends at King Edward's School have opened an exhibition to mark the centenary of the Great War, commemorating the service and sacrifice of the KES Old Edwardians who served in the conflict. The exhibition in the School's Memorial Chapel is open for visitors on the last Friday of every month. Please see www.kes.org.uk for more information.

I just wanted to let you know just how much we all enjoyed our Reunion yesterday. What amazed me so much was the fact that after 50 years I was able to immediately recognise classmates! Even more amazing was the level of laughter and connection which still remained between us. The school looks fantastic and as always I felt greatly privileged to have been educated there. The atmosphere is just as it was 50 years ago - something of which all the staff and those associated with the school should be justifiably proud. Thank you so much.
Penny, Class of 1968